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writing, poetry, interactive art, off-grid living, solar, natural medicine, herbalism, hiking, museums, sculpture, mysticism, cooking, community-building, book-making, dog-training, Burning Man, travel, fashion, hot springs
Elizabeth Hellstern is a writer and artist who lives off-grid on 44 acres in Cerrillos, NM. She received her MFA in Creative Writing from Northern Arizona University. Her multi-genre writing work has appeared in Hotel Amerika, North Dakota Quarterly, Slag Glass City, Queen Mob’s Tea House, The Tusculum Review and New World Writing. Hellstern is the creator of the public art installation the Telepoem Booth, where members of the public can dial-a-poem on a rotary phone in a 1970s phone booth.